Excerpt from the e-Spirit: evaluation:

"Rather than licensing by implementation scale (i.e., the number of CPUs), e-Spirit licenses its offerings by feature. There is a basic license for just getting started with the product (license per legal unit, e.g., GmbH, Ltd., Inc.). You then pay additionally, depending on how many channels you need to serve (intranet, Internet, extranet). ..."

(P. 679 in the Web Content & Experience Management Report. )


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